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celebrates thanksgiving and, just like your uncle, he spent the whole meal bitching about obamacare. (cheers and applause) then a breakthrough in online shopping-- you don't have to order, the n.s.a. knows what you need. (laughter) and my guest, daniel goleman is a psychologist who says the poor are more caring than the rich. hu. for some reason i don't give a (bleep). (laughter) a new study found that energy drink cans alter your heart function. so rid bull gives you wings but they might be angel wings. (laughter) this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) (cheers and applause). >> stephen: welcome to the "report," everybody, good to have you with us. good to see you. nice to have you. thank you so much. (audience chanting "stephen"). oh, thank you so much, ladies and gentlemen, i can't ask for any more than that. thank you for your generosity. (cheers and applause) folks, thanks for being here. in there, out there, all around the world. i hope you all had a great thanksgiving. i sure did. still working my way through
and to say what if someone left a novel in a library, a library obamacare an old library book, as it is. >> stephen: let me open that up like that. >> and you get in this sporty black case, and you tone up and you have a 1949 library book and if you look in the book, you see there's writing inside in the margins. and it's two people who have met through the book. the book bakes vessel of communication. it's sort of like an analog texting. ( laughter ) >> they're writing back and forth and investigating this writer, who essentially wrote the book. >> stephen: obviously, i know who b.m. shrock is. the book is shrokasian. is he a real person? >> no. >> stephen: there is a novel that is fake. and then the people who are writing to each other are also made up. so it's almost like it's three stories in one book. >> it's sort of a play on top of a novel. inside the book you get all these -- >> stephen: you have little bitsave newspaper in here. >> letters, a postcard. >> stephen: this is an actual napkin with a map drawn on it. is this a novel or is this evidence of your spiraling into ma
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